Clipped From The Hearne Democrat
i EAGLES(Continued from first page) stacked up for no gain. Holcomb ran to the 17. The quarter ended with the score 6-0 Hearne. Jim Batson fumbled the kick on the Georgetown 40 and the ball was recovered by Reeder. Kauffman ran to the Hearne 37. Holcomb skipped to the 24 and was tackled by Ronny Reed. Kauffman fumbled on the 19 and the ball was recovered by Hawthorne. Fowler ran to the Georgetown 16 and was hauled in by Mike Woods. Butch Reed, on a fine run, tore his way to a touchdown to bring the score to 12-0. Fowler was stopped as Hearne went for two points. Hearne kicked to Georgetown and Clyde Reeder fumbled with Kirk pouncing on the oval on the 22. Vaca ran to the 20. Tim Batson ran to the 13. Neff, on a draw play, went in to score. It was a determined run. Altimore kicked the point and Hearne led 19-0. Mike Woods, Georgetown back, returned the kickoff to his 17, tackled by half the Hearne team. Kauffman's pass was broken up by Jim Batson. Kauffman ran to his 20 and was tackled by Nigli- azzo. Jim Batson intercepted Kauffman's pass and ran to the Georgetown 10. Hearne fumbled on the 5 and Georgetown recovered. Almazan got to his 7 tackled by Neff, Hawthorne and Ronny Reed. Kauffman got a first on his 22. Kauffman ran to his 43. Almazan ran to Hearne's 43. Holcomb picked up three to the 40, tackled by Ronny Feed. KAUFFMAN Kirk recovered FUMBLED and on his own 38. The ball was now on the Hearne 40. Kauffman was racked up at the line by Hawthorne and Tren- tacost. Kauffman was stopped again, tackled by Trentacost. Kauffman passed to Etheridge and he ran to the Hearne 16. Pesky little Tim Batson grabbed the ball out of his hand and the referee let him keep it. Neff shot to his 22. Crowder fumbled on his 22. Kauffman recovered and bulled his way for two yards, tackled by Tommy Dotson. Kauffman fought to the Hearne 17. Almazan lost 7 to the 24, tackled by Terry Collie. Kauffman's pass was intercepted by Jim Batson on the Hearne 31. Craig Hawthorne was I and the ball went over to George- the Hearne 33. He lateraled to Jim Batson and the ball was whistled dead. Georgetown drew 15 yards for piling on. Hearne fumbled and the ball was recovered by Holcomb on the Hearne 28. Kauffman was thrown for a losft by Tommy Lund. Holcomb carried to the Hearne 28. Georgetown was penalized 9 to the 33. A couple of carries by Kauffman and the ball went oer to Hearne on the 36. Vaca ran to midfield. Hearne was penalized to their 35. Neff ran to the 38, tackled by Kauffman. Neff bolted to the 50. Martinez' pass was knocked down by Van Freydenfeldt, injured on the play. Neff was tackled by Holcomb on the Hearne 44. It was no gain for Martinez on a keeper. Fowler dashed to the Georgetown 44, tackled by Reeder. Neff slashed to the 21, tackled by Woods. TIM BATSON SHOT to the 13. Jim Batson to the 12. Fowler hit the middle for the fourth touchdown and Altimore added the point with a kick through the uprights. The score Heame 33, Georgetown 7. Altimore kicked to Kauffman who returned to his 31 and was tackled by Jim Batson. Woods' pass was intercepted by Neff on town on the 50. Hearne drew 15 j yards to the 35. I GEORGETOWN FUMBLED as> the game ended with the final! score Hearne 33, Georgetown 7. Chester Russell, Jimmy Reeder, Don Hay, Danny Pursley, Charles Cotropia, Harold Furnish, Belton (Rooster) Rasco, Robert Smith, Thomas Wilkins and Stephen O'Neal all saw action. STATISTICS OF THE GAME First downs Net yards rushing Yards gained passing Passes completed Passes Intercepted Punts Fumble* lost Penalties IS 305 W 3 4 1 'or 35 4 80 13 1S6 58 2 0 1 }or 30 8 00 Fowler ran to the Georgetown 40. Martinez picked up 1. Neff, on a screen play, ran to the 15. Fowler ran to the 10 as the half ended. Score Hearne 19, Georgetown 0. The last half opened with Neff returning the kickoff to his 42 and Hearne was penalized to the Hearne 37. Fowler ran to the Georgetown 43. Butch Reed, on a draw, ran to the 27. Fowler made it to the 16. Neff went to the 11. Fowler ran in for the fourth touchdown. Altimore kicked the P°»nt and Hearne led 26-0. | Altimore kicked off to George- i town and Woods returned to his j 30 - Almazan ran to midfield. j Hearne drew a 15 yard penalty to the Hearne 35. Two plays later Benny Lee Kerns Is One-Year-Old By Mr* Jim Kartell. Oau»t Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Smith prepared a birthday dinner Sunday for their grandson, Benny Lee Kerns, who was one year old. Other relatives besides his immediate family to enjoy the feast with Benny were Mr. and Mrs. Ray Smith, Steve and Cindy, and Mrs. Lonie Williamson. Mrs. Gussie Cass of Calvert and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Beck of Clovis, New Mexico joined the group for a visit that afternoon. Junior High Class Entertains Friends By Mrs. Jim Harlan. Oauie The Junior High Class of the Methodist Church entertained a group of their friends in the Dudley Varner Annex Wednesday evening. Mrs. Bill Gause, teacher, was joined by Mrs. Kenneth Roper (who had charge of games) and Mrs. Hilton Butler (who assisted in serving punch and Kauffman was tackled by Kirk cookies) . Teenagers present were ancl the ball shot into the air. Fowler recovered for Hearne. THE EAGLES DECIDED they wanted to be fair about it so they fumbled right back and Georgetown recovered. This worked fine because Kauffman scored a touchdown and you know he liked that. Kauffman kicked the point, the score was 26-7. Ronny Reed took the kickoff for Hearne and ran to his 45. Neff skipped to the 40. Hearne drew a 15-yard penalty to their 34. Martinez was tossed for a loss to his 29. He was tackled by Tom- Kauffman took on his own 40. Georgetown drew a 15-yard penalty to their 25. Jimmy Holcomb ran to hi* 32 and was tackled by Neff. Almazan carried to the 46 and a first down. KAUFFMAN RAN to the Hearne 44. Georgetown got 19 yard* for holding, placing the ball back on their 41. Holcomb waa tackled at the line of scrimmage by Neff. Kauffmaa Larry Butler, Mike Rains, V. V. j Turner, Frank Summerlin, Douglas Johnson, Douglas Homeyer, Sandra Slay, Rose Mary Rains and Ronny Joe Shaw. School Menus EAST SIDE ELEMENTAftY Macaroni Monday and cheese, green my Etheridge. Martinez' punt Dinner Honors Beverly Wilkins By Mn. Jim Harlan. O«UM Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Ely were hosts to the Rev. and Mrs. F. R. Dill and the David Lee Wilkins family for dinner Sunday in honor of Beverly Wilkins on her seventh birthday. Mr. and Mn. Doll Hodges of Kingsville arrived a bit late for dinner. beans, lettuce and tomato salad, milk, bread, chocolate spice cake. Tuesday Meat loaf, mashed potatoes, English peas, cole slaw, hot rolls, milk, jello. Wednesday Pinto beans, spinach, cheese slices, onion rings, milk, cornbread, peach cobbler. Thursday Chiliburgers, blackeye peas, dill pickles, milk, bread, peanut butter cookies. Friday Salmon croquettes, tartar sauce, buttered carrots, whole kernel corn, milk, bread, pineapple cake. WEST SIDE ELEMENTARY Monday Tamales, chili and rice, black- eye peas, cole slaw, milk, bread, brownies. Tuesday Hamburgers, baked beans, potato chips, milk, bread, cookies and fruit. Wednesday Chicken and dumplings, English peas, combination salad, milk, bread, jello. Thursday Chili beans, scalloped potatoes, cheese slices, cornbread, milk, cobbler. Ira Denman Has Birthday •y am. Jim ilBrttn. O*ua» Ira Denman had a birthday Wednesday and Mr. and Mrs. Andy Edwards and daughter, Geneal, of Houston and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Shelander and children of Minerva came over to jhelp him celebrate. Mr. and Mrs. to Etheridge and paas interfer- Charles Denman were also pre- ence ...... ruled against Hearne tent for the dinner Salmon Friday croquettes, tartar sauce, creamed potatoes, green beans, milk, bread, Ice cream. APPEECIATION May the Lord bless our dear friends, neighbors and relatives for the kind thought* and prayers during the Ulneat and lose of our father, Mr. J. H. Walaton. The family 80-lta Mr. and Mra. Roy L. Jr. and children of Kiagsvilia will arrive in Haarna for the Thanksgiving holidaya aa gueata of hia parents, Mr. and Mra. Boy Meat.